A team of student helpers are on standby, ready to give College tours and hand out advice to potential applicants and their families during the first of this year's Oxford Open Days, which will take place on Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th June.
The College doors will be open between 10am and 5pm on each day, and all prospective students are welcome to drop in for a tour of Oriel, led by our student ambassadors and subject representatives. Refreshments will also be available in the College Hall throughout the day.
In addition to the tours, in which students will have the opportunity to see key sites around College including some of the student bedrooms, there will also be a number of talks with individual subject tutors, and the Tutor for Admissions. More information can be found on the Open Day page.
Open Days are designed to give applicants the opportunity not just to look around departments and Colleges, but to ask any questions they might have about life at Oxford, or indeed life at Oriel. In addition to our student ambassadors, our Admissions Officer Joseph Cole and Outreach Officer India Collins-Davies will also be on hand to answer queries throughout the day.
More information about the timetable for the Open Days can be found here.
You can also read the College's Alternative Prospectus, created by our students, for more information about what to expect from life at Oriel.
If you can't join us for the open day, lots of information about life at Oriel and the subjects on offer here can be found on the website, along with a virtual tour of some of the main areas of the College.